University of Montana Theses on

the Clark Fork River Basin

Michele L. Archie. 1996. Charting a course for a healthy river system: Results from a 1995 survey of Clark Fork-Pend Oreille Coalition members.

Wease Bollman. 1998. Improving stream bioassessment methods for the Montana valleys and foothill prairies ecoregion.

Troy M. Brandt. 2000. Fish diversity, behavior, and microhabitat use in secondary channels of the Bitterroot River, Montana.

Jennifer Hunt Carey. 1991. Phosphorus sources in Gold Creek, a tributary of the Clark Fork River in Western Montana.

Murray Carpenter. 1994. Down the Clark Fork: A river rebounds.

Dru Carr. 1996. The Making of "Mining Seven-Up Pete": The Role of Video in Environmental Advocacy - Documenting Montana's Largest Cyanide Gold Mine Proposed for the Blackfoot River.

David Glaser. 2000. Restoring O'Brien Creek.

Bonnie Gestring. 1999. A vision for the future: Chemical, physical, and biological goals for the Clark Fork-Pend Oreille Basin.

James Harris. 2000. Watershed restoration assessment for Lost Creek, a tributary of the Upper Clark Fork River.

Neysa King. 1999, A citizen's guide to watershed conservation in western Montana.

Scott Luchessa. 1990. Soluble reactive phosphorus concentrations in the Upper Clark Fork River: A study of the contribution of two non-point sources of sediment.

Vicki E. Ludden. 2000. The effects of natural variability on the use of macroinvertebrates as bioindicators of disturbance in intermontane depressional wetlands in northwestern Montana, USA. (Ovando area)

Alice M. Santos. 1999. Evaluation of Wetland Health of Prairie Potholes at the Bandy Ranch Ovando, Montana.

Linnaea Schroeer Smith. 1999. Distribution and abundance of Tubifex in Cottonwood Creek in the Blackfoot river drainage.

Christa-Marie Tyrrell. 2000. Groundwater-stream interaction in a placer-mined watershed: An investigation of Elk Creek, Montana. (Blackfoot River tributary)

Thomas Watts. 1993. Role of Nutrients in Controlling Stream Algae Levels in a Developing Watershed of the Northern Rockies. (Rock Creek).